political

[ puh-lit-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF political
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They inspired me with a renewed confidence in our political future.

From evil—physical, moral, and political—it is not our claim to be exempt.

We have never any wish to interfere in the political conditions of any other countries.

A little more than a year had elapsed when he again entered the political arena.

On the 13th of December, 1882, Mr. Gladstone's political jubilee was celebrated.

But he had now been dismissed from it, not by academical, but by political agencies.

The people have no right to the soil in the eyes of these political economists.

The letter, however, makes no reference to political or other business.

Should there be an attempt to utilize the political machinery of the time?

The political officer was firm, and his terms were explicit.

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